Dr. Loren Buonocore is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and a board certified pediatric dentist who strives to create positive and life long relationships with her patients and their parents. Dr Loren is proud to currently serve as the President of the New York University Pediatric Dentistry Alumni Association. Dr. Loren’s dedication to her patients, professional demeanor and excellent care, combined with her warm and bubbly personality, make her the right choice to treat your child. She stresses prevention and takes the time needed to get to know every child’s specific needs. She is always available to address any concerns and tailors her treatment options dependent on each child.
Dr. Loren grew up in Westchester County. She went to Binghamton University where she graduated with honors in Biology and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. She then received the Dean’s Merit Scholarship to attend the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine. At Penn, she excelled in her studies and was involved in many community outreach projects. After graduating in 2003, with a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, she attended New York University for specialty training in pediatric dentistry. While at NYU, she was selected chief resident and, as such, was assigned the most challenging cases. She worked hard all those years to garner a tremendous wealth of clinical and academic experience which she brings to her private practice.
Dr. Loren has been working for over 10 years in private practice in Westchester and Long Island. As a local resident in Gramercy Park, she realized the need to bring her brand of high quality pediatric dental care to the Chelsea and Long Island City neighborhoods and surrounding areas. She is excited to meet and welcome you and your child to Chelsea Pediatric Dentistry!
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the office is temporarily closed until further notice. As always, we will remain available to patients of record for emergencies by phone, text and video chat, if appropriate. We look forward to seeing you and your family again once things normalize. Please stay safe and healthy!